Regain a Full Smile With Dentures

Many dental issues can result in compromised teeth, including gum disease, tooth decay, and cavities, resulting in the loss of multiple teeth over time. This can alter the appearance and function of your smile, and affecting your quality of life and confidence. To help you enjoy the full function of your mouth and the smile… Read more »

Make Your Smile Merry with Optimum Oral Health Care

A beautiful smile often requires a bit of work. Although some individuals may have it easier than others, there are numerous things you can do to ensure your smile can thrive in the new year. Even simple cleaning habits such as brushing and flossing every day for a few minutes each can drastically improve your… Read more »

Prevent Tooth Hazards from Damaging Your Smile

How would you rank your oral health care cleaning routine? In addition to brushing and flossing daily, how would you rank your prevention plans and protective methods in place to keep your smile safe from tooth hazards? Although we often practice effective cleaning techniques, tooth hazard prevention planning is often neglected. Thus, it is important… Read more »

A Consistent Daily Oral Hygiene Routine Is a Cornerstone of Gum Disease Prevention

Your chances of suffering from gum disease certainly increase with age, as well as certain lifestyle choices and medical conditions. However, the primary cause of periodontal inflammation and infection still remains the buildup of tartar near the gumline. This is often a product of poor oral hygiene practices or an inconsistent daily oral hygiene routine…. Read more »

The Effects of Woman’s Hormones on Her Dental Health

Your hormones are linked to a great many facets of your well-being, your weight, emotions, sex drive, and even your dental health. Did you know that a hormone surge can mean you are more susceptible to gum disease? That’s because two female hormones called estrogen and progesterone naturally create more blood flow into your gums…. Read more »

Dentistry Topic Data Blog: Cold and Flu Season

Although tried-and-true methods for caring for your health while sick include staying hydrated, there are few additional tasks you need to take heed of in the event of a sickness such as a cold or the flu. If you find yourself sick, make sure you continue to take care of your oral health to ensure… Read more »

Tooth Decay Near an Existing Filling Can Cause Problems for Your Smile

Often, a cavity, crack or even lost enamel can easily be addressed with a standard dental filling to repair a damaged tooth. If you’ve struggled to maintain good oral hygiene, or you have missed your checkups, a new area of tooth decay could develop in a tooth with a filling. If the pulp, nerve, or… Read more »

Oral Health Care Issues: Halitosis

Do you suffer from halitosis or bad breath? Halitosis can be the result of the foods you eat, or the buildup of plaque on your teeth. Other contributing factors include: – Medications that produce dry mouth symptoms. – Poor oral health hygiene habits. – An unhealthy diet. – Diseases and illness such as gum disease… Read more »

Diabetes And Dental Care

If you have diabetes, it is a good idea to make your dentist a part of your health team. Not only should you tells us about your diabetes when you come in for your first appointment, but we can also help you to deal with some of the complications. If you live with diabetes, you… Read more »

Flossing Choices

Did you know you have multiple options when it comes to choosing a dental floss? Well, it’s true! Understanding your different options for products that can keep you healthy will make a difference in your oral health. Dr. at in , , and our entire dental team wants to help you with any oral health… Read more »